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Pandemic Advances Lending Technology, But Slows Lending

Like most aspects of the commercial real estate landscape, loans have been influenced by COVID-19. As might be expected in a global pandemic, newly signed leases have declined and for some sectors mortgage default rates have skyrocketed. While some companies are tightening their purse strings and waiting for the storm …

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The optimism of spring and living to replant

All seem to be taking the plunge given expectations that April will bring at least one more big snowstorm. Kathy, who can’t wait for spring to start the outdoor projects in earnest, wants me to get the vegetable patch started. “We should be planting potatoes on Good Friday,” Kathy said …

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Biz2Credit study finds credit scores and average incomes

NEW YORK, March 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Annual Report Biz2Credit Women-Owned Business Study found that although the incomes of women-owned businesses fell in 2020, their incomes increased, mainly because spending declined during the pandemic. Average earnings of women-owned businesses averaged $ 330,226, higher than in 2019, but $ …

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Minnesota House Democrats Seek To Cut Taxes For Some, Raise Taxes On Others And Raise Education Spending, COVID Recovery – WIZM 92.3FM 1410AM

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota House Democrats on Monday unveiled legislation that calls for more spending on education and recovery for those hardest hit by the pandemic while raising taxes for wealthy residents and large companies. The package of bills follows the $ 52.5 billion budget targets released by House Democrats …

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Quicken Loans and Amrock Announce North Carolina’s First Online Remote Mortgage Closing – RISMedia |

Quicken Loans and Amrock, an eClosing provider, announced the closing of North Carolina’s first online remote notarization (RON) mortgage. An emergency video notarization law was recently passed in North Carolina, allowing the implementation of RON eClosings. “Modern technology continues to transform a historically heavy and paper-intensive process into a simple …

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